The Harvest

“My mouth is filled with your praise, and with your glory all the day.”
Psalm 71:8

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2019 September “Harvest”

Sunday, September 22 through Wednesday, September 25
Come celebrate God’s goodness! This year Edmond’s First has been connecting with the community and touching the lives of people through new ministries. In 2019 we have begun ministries to serve those with special needs, low income, health care needs, Hope Pregnancy Center Edmond, and foster/adoption. Join us as we celebrate God’s goodness in this new chapter at Edmond’s First with guest speaker, Jeremy Freeman, pastor of First Baptist Newcastle and father to Caleb Freeman and music led by Micah Kersh.

  • Caleb Freeman will share his miraculous story on Wednesday.
  • Childcare will be available for birth through 3 years. Meet on the first floor of the Children's Wing.
  • Preschool, pre-kindergarten through kindergarten, will be learning from My God and Me, a series of activities and stories that help the child understand more fully that God is real and He cares for us. Meet on the first floor of the Children's Wing.
  • Children, 1st - 5th grade, will have their own celebration with David Skinner, Children’s Pastor from Cherokee Hills Baptist Church and our own Allison Wanjon in the KID’S Church Room. Meet on the second floor of the Childen's Wing.

An event for the whole family with a free meal each night. Plan to be here, invite a friend, and celebrate because God is good!

  • 5:00 PM - 6:15 PM
    Free meal each evening in Fellowship Hall
  • 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
    Music with Micah Kersch and guest speaker Jeremy Freeman in the Worship Center for all students, college, and adults. Children's activities and childcare in the Children's Wing.

What is Harvest?

In 2019 Edmond’s First focused on four fields connecting with the community and touching the lives of people through new ministries.

  • Open Fields: Serving those who have needs in mercy, compassion, and evangelism.
  • Plant Seeds: The Gospel is the seed and we go where the greatest needs are and begin to plant seeds of compassion, mercy, love, and gospel witness.
  • Seeds Grow: As the seeds begin to grow in a fertile field, the seeds begin to sprout and grow.
  • The Harvest: We bundle up where we are ministering and accomplishing this mission through our Connection Groups.

The September


Jeremy Freeman

Harvest Guest Speaker
Jeremy has been the Pastor of First Baptist Church Newcastle since July 2009. He is married to Emily Freeman and have have seven children: Brittany (18), Caleb (17), Clayton (16), Aubrey (10), Luke (4), Addi (3), and Trey who went home to be with the Lord as a seven year old on September 1, 2013.

Jeremy became a Christian when he was 16 years old and God called him into full time ministry when he was 17. He attended Oklahoma Baptist University and graduated with a Master of Arts in Religion in May of 1999. After college, he took his first full time ministry position in Rogers, Arkansas. While in Rogers, he began attending The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary via extension center. Jeremy graduated from Southern in May of 2008 with Master of Divinity degree.

Jeremy enjoys reading; playing and watching sports; spending time with my family; and studying/preaching God’s Word. His favorite Scripture verse is 2 Corinthians 4:18, which says, “So we fix our eyes, not on what we can see, but on what we cannot see; for what is seen is temporary and what is unseen is eternal.” May we always live for the eternal things…things that truly matter!

Caleb Freeman

Harvest Guest Speaker      #butGod
On Wednesday, hear how Caleb's faith got him through his accident and recovery.

"On December 19, 2017, two brothers enthusiastically were on their way to a University of Oklahoma basketball game. It was only one week before Christmas when rain covered the road causing many accidents; and, the vehicle hydroplaned placing the boys into a deadly spin. When the truck finally came to a stop in the middle of the interstate, an eighteen-wheeler was unable to keep from broad-siding the driver’s side where Caleb Freeman was instantly crushed and Clayton, his younger brother, was wounded.

"On this fateful day, Caleb’s life would hang in the balance with less than a 5% chance of survival. Word spread immediately on television networks and in social media as people prayed and God began to intervene. Jeremy Freeman, the pastor of First Baptist Newcastle, Oklahoma, and his wife Emily, had faced the worst kind of loss in losing a child previously. They were now thrust into an enduring struggle for life, once again, with their oldest son.  Clayton was released; but, Caleb’s brain stem injury was more traumatic due to the swelling.

"Prayers are still being offered for Caleb to speak clearly, to walk unencumbered and even with a desire to run."

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Micah Kersh

Harvest Music Worship Leader
A husband, dad, pastor, and worship leader. Micah has a great love for the local church and writes songs out of that love. Micah has been leading worship for over 15 years and loves the idea of writing for the church as well as the individual believer. His songs speak of his love and dependence upon the Lord.




How Do I Get There?

Edmond's First Baptist Church campus is located at 1300 East 33rd Street in Edmond, Oklahoma. We are on the southwest corner of 33rd Street and Bryant Avenue. You can reach abundant parking from 33rd Street or Bryant Avenue. Greeters will be available to answer any questions.